The infrared image (or thermogram) is easily recognized by the human eye.
All objects emit infrared energy and most things get hotter before they fail including all mechanical, electrical, animal.
Moisture normally has a cooling effect through evaporation, by conducting thermal imaging surveys of mechanical and electrical systems we can identify and deal with any potential faults before they become serious.
The use of thermal imaging is widely known for establishing problems with energy efficiency, however the benefits of using thermal imaging for mechanical and electrical systems can be much greater.
Thermal Imaging technology uses infrared mapping equipment to survey heat patterns, measure temperatures and provide thermal images of mechanical and electrical systems. These thermal images can then be analysed to help solve maintenance problems, improve safe working conditions, and control manufacturing cost.
Infrared thermography is being used by major industries throughout the world, and is relied on to provide a level of service that would be unattainable without the application of this technology. The thermal images provided help us locate many problems in their early stages before they can be identified by any other means. Locating these problems before failure has tremendous value.